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Thomas Daw

Male - 1764


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  • Name Thomas Daw 
    Gender Male 
    Buried 2 Nov 1764  Warbleton, Sussex, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I3856  Petersen-de Lanskoy
    Last Modified 7 Jan 2015 

    Family Elizabeth Mott,   c. Bef 1710, , Sussex, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   bur. 3 Jul 1772, Warbleton, Sussex, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 62 years) 
    Married 8 Apr 1729  Warbleton, Sussex, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Mary Daw,   c. 4 Feb 1729/1730, Warbleton, Sussex, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. Lucy Daw,   c. 4 Mar 1731/1732, Warbleton, Sussex, England Find all individuals with events at this location
    +3. Thomas Daw,   c. 28 Apr 1734, Warbleton, Sussex, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1805  (Age ~ 70 years)
     4. Samuel Daw,   c. 21 Aug 1737, Warbleton, Sussex, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     5. Elizabeth Daw,   c. 10 Jun 1744, Warbleton, Sussex, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Jun 1747  (Age ~ 3 years)
    Last Modified 22 Oct 2015 
    Family ID F1621  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • RESEARCH_NOTES:
      1. The marriage as reported of Thomas Daw to Elizabeth Mott 8 Apr 1729 is proven from Warbleton parish records. Who this Thomas may be is uncertain. One unproven possibility is that he is the same Thomas Daw as was christened 18 March 1691 Warbleton, Sussex, England, born to John and Mary Daw. This would provide an age of 38 for Thomas at the time of marriage.

      2. Email from Val Bray [mailto:valjoy.bray@yahoo.com.au], Aug 22, 2006: Here is some research on your Dinah Daw.
      Her parents were Thomas Daw and Mary Hilton married in Willingdon on 17 Oct 1768. (Mary was buried on 12 Oct 1783 at Westham.) Mary Hilton was bapt. 30 Mar 1746 in Wilmington, Ssx. Her parents were Richard Hilton and Susan Sergeant who were married on 15 Jan 1734 at Friston, Ssx. (Ssx. M. Index). Their children were Elizabeth bapt. 30 Sep 1737, Thomas 9 Mar 1739, John 29 Nov 1741, William 27 May 1744, Mary 30 Mar 1746, Ann 17 Jul 1748, Susan 26 Aug 1750, Edward 6 Feb 1757, Robert 6 Feb 1757, all at Wilmington. (From Familysearch Ancestral File and Pedigree Resource File submitted by Camille Barker, 288 East 200 North, Smithfield, Utah 84335).
      Richard Hilton was bapt. 1 Jan 1710. His parents were Thomas Hilton and Margaret Howell who were married on 20 Oct 1706 at West Firle (Ssx. M. Index). Their children were Ann (Mary ? bapt. 27 Mar 1706, Thomas 23 Oct 1708, Richard 1 Jan 1710, Mary 8 Apr 1716. (From Familysearch Ancestral File and Pedigree Resource File submitted by Camille Barker.)
      Susannah Sergeant was bapt. 5 Oct 1716 at St. Clements, Hastings. Her parents were Henry Sergeant and Ann Gibbon who were married on 17 Jul 1707 at St. Clements Hastings. (Ssx. M. Index) Their children were ??? Susanna bapt. 5 Oct 1716, ??? Mary born 13 Jul 1726, Ann 30 Oct 1728, John 30 Oct 1728 at St. Clements. (I.G.I.)
      Henry Sergeant was bapt. 23 Sep 1680 at St. Clements Hastings. His parents were Henry Sergeant and Ann Gawan who were married on 16 Dec 1677 at St. Clements Hastings. (Ssx. M. Index) Their children were Henry bapt. 23 Sep 1680, ??? Stephen 2 Mar 1687, Edward 1/17 ? Jan 1690. (I.G.I.)
      A descendancy chart for Thomas Hilton and Margaret Howell on the Ancestral File on CD was submitted by: 1. Suzanne B. Bitter, 7498 South 2160 East, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84121. (AF96-112277) 2. Donald John Tucker 8446 South 1330, East Sandy, Utah 84093. AF89-100975. 3. Donald John Tucker as above AF89-106760.
      Thomas Daw was bapt. 28 Apr 1734 at Warbleton, Ssx. His parents were Thomas Daw and Elizabeth Mott who were married on 8 Apr 1729 at Warbleton, Ssx. Their children were Mary bapt. 4 Feb 1729, Lucy 4 Mar 1731, Thomas 28 Apr 1734, Samuel 21 Aug 1737, Elizabeth 10 Jun 1744. (From I.G.I.) Familysearch Pedigree Resource File -- submitted by Joseph McAlister Reed, 2059 East Brown Road #68, Mesa, Arizona, 85213.
      Elizabeth Mott was bapt. 21 Mar 1700/1. Her parents were Benjamin Mott (of Herstmonceux) and Elizabeth Robonson who married on 27 May 1701 at Hooe. (Ssx. M. Index).
      Note: A Thomas Daw married a Mary Bingham on 6 Apr 1758 at Warbleton. Their children were Samuel bapt. 14 Mar 1762, Mary 18 Jun 1763, Elizabeth 21 JUn 1765, all at Warbleton. (Did Mary Bingham die and Thomas remarry? Will look into this.)

      3. Email from: Val Bray [mailto:valjoy.bray@yahoo.com.au] October 05, 2006:
      "I have checked on the first marriage of Thomas Daw and Mary Bingham in Warbleton. They were married on the 6 Apr 1758 and had three children. The records note that there were blank pages from 1752 to 1761, so there could be other children. Mary Daw, wife of Thomas was buried in Warbleton on 15 Jun 1767. I would say that he is your Thomas Daw who married Mary Hilton in Willingdon on 17 Oct 1768. Their daughter Sarah had a child Ann bapt. 5 Apr 1792. Thomas Daw (married Elizabeth Mott) the elder was buried 2 Nov 1764. (FHL 504418 Warbleton) Mary Daw (Hilton) was buried 12 Oct 1783 in Westham. (FHL 504419)
      In your notes you say your Edward Osborne died after 1879. In the census of 1891 Sarah Ann is a widow. The only death I can find is 17 Jan 1886. It shows Edward 48 years, a shoemaker but the widow is K. J. Osborne. Do you think this is yours? The 1871 census shows Edward and Sarah with a new born daughter. This is Alice Maria who died after a few weeks. I can't find Edward and Sarah in the 1881 census (maybe a different spelling ?) but there is a Cornelius Osborne aged 15, born in Woolwich on a training ship across the river in Essex.
      I have found a death for Richard Dennis (husband of Eleanor Osborne). He died in Folkington on the 11 Jun 1859. Also I have some marriages and children for the next generation. Do you want these?"